Organize audio files with Eagle

Eagle also supports collecting audio files and provides many advanced organizing features for the audio file, let's see what Eagle can do!

The currently supported format include: mp3, wav, ogg, m4a, aac, flac

List Mode

You can do operations at ease directly in the list mode, for example:

  1. Hover Preview
    If you want to preview the audio file in list mode, you can hover the mouse over the audio file thumbnail to preview it immediately.
  2. Audio Waveform
    Waveforms of the audio will be displayed in list mode, this boosts the efficiency to search via waveforms.
  3. Loop play
    If you keep hovering your mouse over an audio thumbnail, the current audio will keep playing until you move your mouse away. By clicking on the waveform of a thumbnail, you can also skip to the part you want to play, so you can preview the progress without entering detail mode.
  4. Space Preview
    You can press the space button to quickly preview the audio file.

Detail Mode 

Double click to enter the detail mode in case you want to check the audio thoroughly. Currently, the following features are available in detail mode:

  1. Preview Full Waveform
    You can preview the full waveform of the whole audio, allowing to switch to the wanted part more intuitively.
  2. Change playback speed
    You can adjust the playback speed in detail mode according to your needs (0.5x - 2x).
  3. Change the volume
    In detail mode, you can adjust the volume to your needs, this can also be done by rolling the mouse wheel.
  4. Toggle loop play mode
    In detail mode, you can toggle the "loop" button on the progress bar to decide whether to play the audio repeatedly.

Filter audio files by Beat-Per-Minute(BPM)

You can also filter audio files by BPM(Beat-Per-Minute) in the advanced filter. By default, the BPM option is not shown in the filter condition bar, if you wish to filter audios with this condition, please refer to the following steps

  1. Right-click the left upper "Eagle Menu" > "Preferences"
  2. Click on the "Filter" tab and check the "BPM" checkbox
  3. The BPM filter has been enabled
Note: If you wish Eagle to support specific audio file formats, feel free to contact us.
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